Tag: OpenGL ES Next


PowerVR Rogue GPUs already running demos of the latest mobile API at GDC 2014 Almost two years after revealing their last major revision to the mobile-oriented OpenGL® ES graphics API, the Khronos Group is ready to unveil a brand new upgrade to the specification aimed at bringing a selection of desktop-level yet power efficient features to mobile devices. The new … Continued

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First previewed at CES 2014, the Allwinner UltraOcta A80 processor is now making its formal debut at MWC 2014. The full set of specifications includes an eight-core big.LITTLE HMP (GTS) CPU paired with a PowerVR G6230 GPU, providing some of the best horsepower for graphics and compute available right now. The Allwinner UltraOcta A80 is an octa-core processor with a … Continued

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Welcome – This post is a few years old now and we wanted to let you know about a more up to date post called PowerVR Series8XT: pushing power efficiency to the next level which may interest you. It’s been a few weeks since we introduced the ground-breaking PowerVR Series6XT GPU family and already we’ve seen amazing interest in the new line-up of … Continued

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2014 is gearing up to be an exciting year for CES. In conjunction with the launch of our PowerVR Series6XT and Series6XE GPUs, the Khronos Group has announced OpenGL® ES Next, a next-generation API standard which introduces a number of new features for mobile and embedded devices. OpenGL ES Next is compatible with all PowerVR Rogue GPUs As with any … Continued

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